Interview: Jean-Pierre Beltoise – Mike Jiggle and Ed McDonough join forces to bring us the, sadly, final interview with the recently deceased French star.
Profile: Rare Winner – Mike Jiggle explores the March 761-Cosworth, the machine in which Ronnie Peterson scored the final Grand Prix win for March.
Feature: Years of Change and Glory at Le Mans – John Zimmermann revisits his favorite decade to track the evolution that changed the face of the sport.
Heroes: Jochen Mass – Robert Newman looks at the broad-based career of the German driver who won in F1 and at Le Mans.
Legends Speak: The Giant Killer – Don Wester recaptures the glory of overcoming the factory Cobra 427 of Phil Hill with his Porsche 904.
Art History: “Happy Birthday” – Uli Ehret portrays Corvette Racing’s Le Mans effort on the 60th anniversary of the very first Corvette.
Greatest Racecars: Talbot Ligier JS17-Matra – Jacques Lafitte chooses the car that he believes gave him his best shot at the Formula One World Championship.
Last Lap: Ode to the Welding Mechanic – Mike Lawrence ruminates on the ever-changing environment for racing mechanics through the years.
First Turn: Consumptive Adoration
Hidden Treasure: 1956 Arnott Climax
Market Guide: Over 2-Liter GT
Photo Galleries: Spring Mountain, Sebring, Famoso, Montlhéry, Goodwood
Profile: Fit for a Prince! – 1930 Austin Seven “Chummy”
Interview: Mike Rabin – Founder & Owner of Lamarr Disk
Feature: The Whys & Wherefores of the Remarkable Type 87 Tatra
Driven: 1953 Alfa Romeo 1900CS
Photo Gallery: Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance, Bonhams Goodwood, Restoration & Classic Car Show at the NEC Birmingham